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# AUGUST 2013 EXAMINATION

## Diploma Plus - Certificate in Advanced Engineering Mathematics

Level 2 Time Allowed: 2 Hours
ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1
(009602)
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES:
1. Check carefully to ensure you are sitting for the correct paper.
2. Answer ALL the questions.
3. Write your student number and class/group on your answer book.
4. Start every question on a fresh page.
6. All working must be clearly shown. Omission of essential working will result in loss
of marks.
6. This paper consists of pages including this cover page. Check carefully to make
sure your set is complete.
7. Reference material provided: Formula List for CAEM1
DPP-CAEM1 -1- Aug 2013 Exam
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QUESTION 1 (12 marks)
a. The curve with equation y = x
2
is transformed by a translation of 5 units in the
negative x -direction, followed by a stretch with scale factor j parallel to the
x -axis and followed by a translation of 4 units in the negative y -direction.
Find the equation of the new curve in the form y = j(x). (3 marks)
b. (i) Solve the inequality ~ l ~ ~ . (5 marks)
x+ x-
(ii) Hence, solve !xl 1 ~ !xl 2 . (4 marks)
QUESTION 2 (13 marks)
A function f is defined as j(x) = AX2 + ~ + C = x + 1 - -.-lL2 ' for all x E IR, x -2
x+ x+
a. (i) Find the values of the real constants A, Band C.
(ii) Sketch the graph of y = j(x). carefully labelling the asymptotes,
x -intercepts and y -intercept.
b. On a separate diagram, sketch the graph of y2 = j(x) and label, if any.
x -intercept(s) and y -intercept(s).
QUESTION 3 (12 marks)
The functionsfand g are defined as follows:
f: x 1----+ x + 3, x E IR, x ~ 0
2
g : x 1----+ - ~ + 11, x E IR, x ~ 0
a. FindiJ(x) and gf{x).
b. Solve for x if iJ(x) = gf{x).
QUESTION 4 (13 marks)
a. Find the value of k in order for k + 2, 4k - 6 and 3k - 2 to form
three consecutive terms of an Arithmetic Progression (AP).
b. If k + 2, 4k - 6 and 3k - 2 now form a Geometric Progression (GP).
determine the other two values of k.
c. For each of the three sequences formed in parts (a) and (b), determine
if their sum to infinity exists.
(3 marks)
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DPP-CAEM1 -2- Aug 2013 Exam
QUESTION5(16marks)
a. Provetheidentity: tan ~ = 1 i ~ ~ s (5 marks)
b. Evaluatetheexactvalueof tan-I (tan 1 ) +COS-I ( -1 )+sin-
i
(-1 ). (8 marks)
c. An airplaneis flying in atanangleofelevation,0, fromthefootofthe
airportcontroltower.An observationpoint 10 metresawayfromthefoot
oftheairportcontroltowerseestheairplaneatan angleofelevation, t/J.
Theairplaneisd metresawayfromtheobservationpOint.
Airplane
Airportcontroltower
10m
Observation point
Showthat d = lOsinO (3 marks)
sin(t/J - 0) .
QUESTION6(15marks)
Let(-1,3)representsawaterfountain located in acitypark.
Apatharoundthecity parkis definedby 16x2 +25y2 +32x- 150y 159
wherexandyare measuredin metres.
a. Writetheequation ofthepath in standardformand identifythetypeof
conicrepresenting thepath. (7 marks)
b. Sketchthegraphoftheconic. (6 marks)
c. Ifyou stopwalking alongthepath at (2,6.2), findtheshortestdistance
you willneedto walkforadrinkofwateratthewaterfountain. (2 marks)
DPP-CAEM1 -3- Aug2013Exam
QlIESTION 7 (10 marks)
a. Convert 2x - 5x
3
= 1 + xy into polar equation. (3 marks)
b. Convert r = -8eose into cartesian equation.
Describe this conic section. (7 marks)
QlIESTION 8 (9 marks)
Given that eosx - sinx = ~ evaluate eos
3
x - sin
3
x.
DPP-CAEM1 -4- Aug 2013 Exam
FORMULALISTforCAEM1
Trigonometry
BasicIdentities DoubleAngles LawofSine
tanA = sinA
_a_ :;:::: _b_ ;;;: _c_
sin2A =2sinA cosA
cosA sinA sinB sinC
sin
2
A +cos
2
A = 1 cos2A :;:::: cos
2
A- sin
2
A LawofCosine
sec
2
A =1+tan
2
A 2cos
2
A 1 a
2
=b
2
+c
2
- 2bccosA
b
2 2
+c
2
1- 2sin2 A :;:::: a - 2accosB
tan2A;;;: 2tanA
csc
2
A = 1+cot
2
A
c
2
;;;: a
2
+b
2
- 2abcosC
1 tan
2
A
PrincipalValues HalfAngles ISumandDifferenceofAngles
sin1
! sin(A B) = sinA cosB cosA sinB
cos (A B) ;;;: cosA cosB =+= sinA sinB cos1= J1+
tan(A B);;;: tan A tan B tan.L:;:::: 1- cosA
2 sinA
1 =+= tan A tan B
Sum/Difference-to-Product RForm
sinA+sinB ;;;: 2sin(A! B) cos(A '2 B) asin8bcos8;;;: Rsin(8a) 0 S sec-Ix S 7r, x '*
sinA - sinB 2cos(A! B) sin(A '2 B) acos8bsin8;;;: Rcos(8=+= a) 0 < coC1x < 7r
cosA+cosB =2cos(A !B) cos(A '2B) whereR:;:::: Ja
2
+b
2
, a;;;: tan-
1

cosA cosB = sin(A! B) sin(A 2 B) and R > 0, a > 0, b > 0,0 <a < 2.
Series
Foranarithmeticprogression: a, a +d, a +2d, . .., a +(n l)d
Tn = a+(n- l)d
Sn ;;;: [a +I] = [2a +(n- 1)d]
Forageometricprogression: a, ar, ar2, ar
3
,, ar
n
-
1
Tn ;;;: ar
n
-
l
or
forIrl '* 1
a
Soo =-- provided Irl <1
l-r
AnalyticGeometry
1. Circle (x h)2 +(y- k)2 =r2; where centreis(h,k)and radius isr
2. Hyperbola: ;wherep > 0andq > 0
;wherecentreis(h,k)
3. Ellipse
4. Parabola
withverticalaxis: (x - h)2 4p(y - k) ; wherevertexis(h,k)
with horizontalaxis: (y- k)2 ;;;: 4p(x - h)
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